Colorado politicos caught slinging mud at the Warrior Dash


The Warrior Dash came to Colorado for a third time this year and on Aug. 17, a group of political junkies and thrill-seekers went head-first into 12 hellacious and muddy obstacles along a 3.02 mile course. They survived, but are still finding mud in undisclosed places...The Warrior Dash is the world’s largest running series and partners with USAgain to recycle the runners’ muddy shoes which are diverted from entering into landfills and given a second life by people around the world. Statesman readers are encouraged to send in their own caption for this photo, but for the record here are the dirty dozen: From left to right: Melissa Kuipers, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck; Shannon McNulty, Glaxo- SmithKline; Travis Berry, Owner, PoliticalWorks; Loren Furman, Sr. VP of State & Federal Relations, Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry; Nissa Szabo, Colorado Technology Association; David Blake, Deputy Attorney General, Office of Attorney General; State Rep. Amy Stephens, R- Monument; Sandra Solin, Capitol-Solutions; State Rep. Polly Lawrence, R-Roxborough; and Gabby Reed, House Minority Office. Other Warriors not shown in photo: Tina & Bill Skewes, House Minority Office, Justin Miller, House Minority Office.